The Enterprise

Title

The Enterprise

Subject

Amateur journalism - New York - New York
Journalism - New York - New York
New York (N.Y.) - Periodicals

Description

Volume 1, Number 5. Amateur newspaper produced in New York, New York by Wm. Furber Miller and Jno. C.N. Guibert.

An amateur newspaper is one written, published, and distributed by an amateur journalist, oftentimes a young person. Contents can include but are not limited to stories, poems, puzzles, jokes, articles, anecdotes, advertisements and illustrations, and vary from paper to paper. Similar in theory to modern-day Zines.

Creator

Miller, Wm. Furber
Guibert, Jno. C.N.

Source

MS012 - Walter Perkins amateur newspaper collection

Publisher

Miller, Wm. Furber
Guibert, Jno. C.N.

Date

1873-02

Contributor

Downes, Wm. Howe
Fowle, Chas. H.
Lippard, Baron
Ballard, Edwin
Hills, Geo. W.
Atwood, Frank
Cross, White
Hillyer, W.S. Jr.

Rights

Open

Relation

[no text]

Format

application/pdf
image/jpeg
28.5 x 20.5 cm

Language

en-US

Type

Text

Identifier

[no text]

Coverage

1873
New York, New York
Vol. 1, No. 5

Text

[no text]

Files

Collection

Citation

Miller, Wm. Furber and Guibert, Jno. C.N., “The Enterprise,” Amateur Newspapers - From the Walter Perkins Collection, accessed December 14, 2017, http://walterperkins.omeka.net/items/show/23.

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